Proverb of the Day
Ní dheineann teanga ina cónaí aighneas.
A tongue at rest makes no arguments.
Explanation: English "Silence is golden". If you hold your tongue, you won't start a fight. The most frequent use of "cónaí" in modern Irish is "to live (in a certain place)", although it also has this other meaning of "to remain still, to not move".
Other Irish Proverbs
"Yes" and "No" are the greater part of English.
God didn't let his mother know.
A little, and to say it well.
He'd promise the "hirks" and the "harks".
He'd put legs under hens for you.